These are tough times. The circumstances caused by the corona virus outbreak is getting worse each day, resulting in people staying in quarantine and businesses staying closed.
It is these dark times; property managers have an opportunity to showcase their leadership abilities and make decisions that can benefit the lives of residents, property owners, and themselves.
Here is how property managers are making adjustments to address the COVID-19 outbreak and how they are playing a crucial role in making sure things run smoothly in a community.
Five Ways Property Managers are Helping During COVID-19
1. Closing All Amenity Spaces
Since corona virus can spread through community transmission, all property managers are actively closing all public amenity spaces like pools, gym, conference halls, and other areas earlier available to the residents. Property managers are doing this to encourage everyone to practice social distancing. This will also help reduce the number of public spaces that need frequent disinfecting.
2. Disinfecting Open Area
Following the CDC’s guidelines, all property managers are doing their best to keep certain common areas like laundry rooms safe to use. Such spaces need to stay open at all times, and therefore, they require regular disinfecting. Property managers are making sure they disinfect such areas to stop the spread of corona virus in the community they manage.
3. Creating Online Portals
Property managers are coming up with innovative ideas to ensure business operations do not suffer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Property managers understand how important it is for residents and property owners to stay connected with them. Therefore, they are creating online portals where they can run the day-to-day business. Also, property managers actively using video conferencing software to conduct meetings and other social events.
4. Keeping Residents Informed
Information is vital to fight against the corona virus outbreak. Property managers are helping the communities get all the right information on the online portals. They send frequent emails and text messages to make sure residents and property owners are well-informed about the disinfection drives, health drives, and other critical issues in the community.
5. Virtual Property Tours
It is important for property managers that new business keeps coming in. To make sure that happens without compromising health, property managers have installed features like virtual tours. Virtual tours allow people to check properties without being physically present at the site.
The COVID-19 pandemic is still evolving. Property managers must stay informed and introduce some amount of flexibility in their business operations. They are making this shift to strike a balance in business operations and keeping everyone involved safe. It will help them strengthen their business relationships in the future as well.